Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with febrile:

2 syllables:
pressure hull,
where rural,
para el,
c'est le,
cette seule,
est le,
hair gel,
shelf ful,
bell morel,
beth el,
et al,
et l',
et le,
ex rel,
pressure hulls,
ibn al,
rev. rul,
beth haran,
beth horon,
brent knoll,
check pulse,
dead run,
hair bulb,
head rush,
neck ruff,
press run,
pressure as,
pressure has,
pressure ice,
pressure on,
web cam,
well run,
wet bulb,
air as,
air brush,
air has,
air on,
bare ass,
bear an,
bear hug,
bear on,
bear up,
care as,
care has,
care on,
chair as,
chair on,
chez les,
dense rural,
err on,
et les,
fair as,
flare up,
flesh brush,
french rural,
glare ice,
hair as,
hair on,
pair up,
pressure pulse,
rare as,
scare up,
share an,
share as,
wear on,
web bug,
welsh rural,
where am,
where an,
where as,
where has,
where on

3 syllables:
convex hull,
excess rural,
henry l.,
their rural,
deborah poole,
kenny burrell,
extra mural,
assess pulse,
convex hulls,
demi sel,
reset pulse,
lévy bruhl,
address rural,
affect rural,
better rural,
cecil raleigh,
depressed rural,
henry raleigh,
jethro tull,
percent rural,
petty morel,
pretty rural,
prevent rural,
protect rural,
recent rural,
whether rural

4 syllables:
professor raleigh,
camelhair brush

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